UKG's Workforce Institute welcomes newest board member

'I'm truly energized by the opportunity to join such a dynamic group'

UKG's Workforce Institute welcomes newest board member

The Workforce Institute at UKG recently announced the hiring of a new board member. Ivonne Vargas Hernández, an author, journalist, and speaker based in Mexico City, has joined its distinguished board of advisors.

“We are so pleased to have Ivonne join our board and bring her unique, international perspective to The Workforce Institute,” added Chris Mullen, executive director of The Workforce Institute at UKG. “Ivonne will bring insight to our Workforce Institute community by addressing the challenges faced by employers, managers, and human resources professionals in Latin America and beyond, as well as the trends she believes will have the greatest impact on working life in the days and years to come.”

Speaking on her appointment to the prestigious role, Vargas Hernández was full of praise for UKG.

“I am truly energized by the opportunity to join such a dynamic group of passionate and thought-provoking professionals at The Workforce Institute,” she revealed.

“I look forward to bringing a new perspective in thinking about the ways that employers and managers can make the lifework journey better for their people. Our working lives are such a critical part of our daily lives. Looking for ways to think deeply about and improve work can only lead to greater success and fulfillment.”

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